Midburn is a 5-day event which takes place annually in the Negev desert near Sde Boker. This event is heavily inspired by the famous “Burning Man” festival and is considered to be the regional equivalent. As such the event features incredible art and statue displays which are burned on the final night. While the event has parties it is not considered a music festival, rather encompasses themes such as spirituality, creativity, self-expression, community and much much more.
InDnegev is a 3-day long music and art festival which takes place annually in the Negev desert. The festival is known for giving a platform and stage for up and coming independent Israeli artists, so much so its earned the nickname IndieNegev. The festival was started in 2007 and has been going strong ever since. If you’re a fan of indie art and music you don’t want to miss this festival, expected to take place in Mitzpe Gvulot in the Negev.
Forgiveness, a film presented in cooperation with the Embassy of State of Israel in Republic of Croatia
Presentation of Israeli writers – Ivana Šojat, writer and translator, and Andrea Weiss Sadeh, translator
Lecturer and author of the book The Jews in Osijek Ljiljana Dobrovšak will present the survey of the history of Osijek Jews
Film screening in the Croatian National theatre in Osijek – a film created in cooperation with Jewish Community of Sombor, Serbia
Performance in the Croatian National theatre in Osijek – cooperation: Jewish communities of Osijek and Sombor together with National Theatres of Osijek and Sombor
Exhibition from Sombor in the foyer of Croatian National Theatre in Osijek
The promotion of the book, The Memory of National Minorities in Croatia of the Homeland War, written and promoted by Filip Škiljan.
A tragedy about a Croatian Jewish boy from Koprivnica, a Holocaust victim sent to Auschwitz, performed by the ensemble and at the premises of the Croatian National Theatre in Osijek (https://hnk-osijek.hr/show/djecak-koji-je-govorio-bogu/)